Hair Care Tips Carefully

August 6, 2013 by VernonEElwell  
Published in Hair

Strong and healthy hair will be more manageable. You do not need to linger when styling your hair in a hurry to go somewhere.

You want to hurry up so that everyone, including yourself, out of the house on time without thinking about hair? That’s why it’s important to keep your hair strong and healthy. The hair is not damaged and cracked more easily arranged and more natural look beautiful, even when you only have time to comb it quickly.

Hair is basically strong, but there are limits. Over time, harsh weather and other disturbances can damage and weaken the structure and cause health or cracked. Become easily tangled hair and unruly.

However, you can prevent or minimize damage to hair care from the inside and the outside, says Liz Cunnane Phillips, a trichologist (hair expert) at the Philip Kingsley Clinic Trichological in New York City. Read some advice from the professionals to make your hair strong and healthy:

1. Eat lots of protein and iron for healthy hair.

Hair is made of keratin, a protein. Eat them with sufficient doses every day to make hair grow stronger, says Phillips. The role of iron is to help carry oxygen to the hair follicle, which creates a healthy environment for hair growth, he said.

Red meat and poultry, plus eggs, is a great resource for both nutrients. Phillips suggested breakfast and lunch that contain iron-rich protein. “Levels of nutrients in the hair follicles tend to be lowest in the morning because you have not eaten all night,” he said.

2. Prioritizing cleanse the scalp and hair roots.

How thick or too long your hair, while shampooing, try to treat the scalp and hair roots. Start with a dash of shampoo and use on the scalp and hair roots, suggestions Louise O’Connor, celebrity hairstylist and owner of OC61 Salon & Spa in New York City. Massage gently; flowing foam soap will clean the hair without making it dry.

3. Use the conditioner from the bottom to the top.

Ends of the hair are the oldest parts of the hair and that’s where the damage first occurred, said O’Connor. Conditioner helps keep hair healthy and prevent cracking and cracking. Unfortunately, most women are pouring huge amounts of conditioner to the top of his head, leaving no hair at all to the end that actually need it most.

Suggestions for a better technique: Spray the conditioner into the palm of the hand and the first to use the tip of the hair. Then, move up to use it at the top.

4. Rawat wet hair carefully.

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